17th Century Quiet Courtyard Apt 5eme.
From $125 / night
Pets allowed: Yes
There is a double bed in the bedroom and a single bed in the library/second bedroom--ideal for a couple, small family, or three close friends. The flat is furnished with interesting pieces from Paris brocantes and flea markets, but doesn't feel over-decorated, fussy, or cute. Care has been taken to accentuate the original architectural features, which include 14-foot ceilings (a beamed ceiling in the living room) and hardwood floors throughout.
You'll be within easy walking distance to all of central Paris, close to all transportation, minutes from the Luxembourg gardens, museums, open-air food markets, shopping, and restaurants.
Instead of a cramped hotel room, you can make this apartment your Paris holiday home.
|Aug 23 2017||Sep 23 2017||€225||€225||€1,400||€3,500||-|
|Deposits: A 50% deposit is required to confirm your reservation. No reservation is confirmed until this deposit has been received. Payment in full must be received no less than one month in advance.|
|Other Fees: A protection/damage deposit of 500 Euros is required. It may be in the form of a personal check. This is separate from the rental payment. It will not be used unless there is damage or excessive utility usage. i.e. long distance calls. It may be kept in whole or in part to cover cost of cancellation.|
Reviews for this vacation apartment rental in Paris, Ile de France, France
I love this place.
Santa Fe, NM
I love this place.
August 24, 2007
What a fantastic flat this is. Clean, simple, spacious and airy. You truly feel you are living in Paris, not just a tourist. Great location within walking distance of so many wonderful places. Sure beats tiny, expensive hotel rooms. I can't wait to stay there again.
We loved every detail down to the collection of Cd's!
This is our second time at this apartment. We love it. The apartment is perfect for ourselves and our son and especially great for him to have his own room. We are in the food and wine business and delighted in being able to shop in the local markets to prepare traditional French dishes ourselves. The kitchen is small but has everything we needed and is very well organized.